[ UK /ˌæntɪsɛmˈɪtɪk/ ]
  1. relating to or characterized by anti-Semitism; hating Jews
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How To Use antisemitic In A Sentence

  • Military coups are unfashionable in European and wannabe European countries these days, so the military dictatorship weakens and the popular element — Islamic, antisemitic, antiKurdish, antidemocratic, antimodern — rises. The Volokh Conspiracy » Let Turkey Have Gaza
  • And, last but not least, Breivik is antisemitic but pro-Israel, as the state of Israel is the first line of defence against the Muslim expansion – he even wants to see the Jerusalem temple rebuilt.
  • She probably would be deeply insulted to be called antisemitic but the one country she wants destroyed is the one country calling itself Jewish. On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
  • Calling me 'silly', which is nonsense, does not disprove the fact that the views I called antisemitic are just that, antisemitic. On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
  • In 2004 when searches for the word "Jew" returned antisemitic website results Google responded with a similar approach.
  • Having instantly offended his students by calling them "bambini", Steven sparks trouble among the staff by arousing the romantic hopes of a lonely fellow Brit while having an affair with an antisemitic German. Lingua Franca
  • Yup, I have been called antisemitic for speaking up Is It Anti-Semitic to Defend Palestinian Human Rights?
  • It would provide ammunition to those who want to dismiss or minimize genuine antisemitic acts.
  • VIEW FAVORITES yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'When Extremists Attack - by Joe Klein'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'I have now been called antisemitic and intellectually unstable and other silly things by the folks over at the Commentary blog. OpEdNews - Quicklink: When Extremists Attack - by Joe Klein
  • • A columnist writing about an exhibition being staged by the Wellcome Trust called Dirt: the Filthy Reality of Everyday Life, incorrectly referred to an antisemitic poster in the exhibition being shown in "pre-war Poland". Corrections and clarifications
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